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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Intel is placing two research bets related to Quantum computing: creating a superconducting quantum test chip, and researching "spin qubits," an alternative structure, which draws on the company's expertise manufacturing silicon transistors.

Intel is introducing a new feature with the ability to automatically configure game settings for Intel Graphics on 6th Gen Core Processors or higher.

Google is raising the price of its YouTube TV online service for new customers as it adds channels from Time Warner Inc's Turner, National Basketball League and Major League Baseball.

Intel is expanding its bug bounty program to focus on side channel vulnerabilities and also increases the awards for disclosures made by security researchers.

Qualcomm held its 5G Day event in San Diego and showed attendees various demonstrations of its new services focused on the Internet of Things, outlined its 5G NR plans, and showcased the Qualcomm Snapdragon X24 LTE modem, the first to support up to 2 gigabits per second (Gbps) download speeds.

Intel and Samsung presented papers at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) describing their work on 10-nm SRAM and 7-nm SRAm, respectively, with Samsung's 256-Mbit SRAM to be made with extreme ultraviolet lithography.

Starting from February 15th, Google's Chrome web browser remove "intrusive" ads from sites that do not follow the Better Ads Standards, and the company explained how the new feature works.

Panasonic has developed a new technology that enables 8K high resolution and high picture quality imaging without motion distortion, even in extremely bright scenes.

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